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I have been here a few times and only for the breakfast, so I cannot comment on the lunch portion of the menu. There is nothing unique or avant-garde about the menu: standard North American breakfast items: pancakes, waffles, eggs of different styles, the usual breakfast meats, egg sandwiches, etc. However, if Baltimore could brag a few more of these places, it would help put the Charm back in Charm City. Not only will you walk away satisfied, but you will have a ‘real’ Baltimore experience.
The seating are stools along a lengthy counter with no division among individuals or groups. Be prepared to accidentally elbow and be elbowed by neighboring patrons. You will also overhear several conversations from the currently unemployed, blue color workers, and PhD students. My fiancee’s neighbors swapped stories about adventuring in the world of Dungeons and Dragons while my neighbors were recommending museum exhibits to one another. Also, we were treated to a man in a long black wool coat stepping into the establishment, raising his arms then announcing, “May the Lord bless and keep you all!” Apparently, he’s a regular since a lady behind the counter addressed him by first name and informed him that the police would be called if he didn’t leave. He didn’t leave immediately, but remained with his hands folded and mumbled unintelligibly. He eventually left and, to my knowledge, the police were never summoned. You get a full sense of the cross section of classes in the city as the proletariat and the opulent crowd each other for counter space.
What we ordered:
Blueberry Pancakes - Nice, fluffy, filling. There’s just something comforting about large pancakes with blueberries cooked inside, dripping with butter and syrup. An order of three thick and fluffy pancakes will definitely tide you over until lunch and possibly even dinner.
Turkey Sausage – We choose turkey sausage over pork sausage whenever it’s available. We both put a lot of effort in losing a combined total of 100 lbs. As much as we like to dine out, we find ways to cut a few calories here and a few grams of fat there. We shared the three links and if all turkey sausage was this good, the pork industry would be seriously hurting.
Blueberry waffle – I have been wanting to order one of these since my first visit. I would watch a cook pull one from the waffle iron and slap it on a plate, the four corners jutting over the edge of the plate, then dump a handful of fresh blueberries over top. PROS – firm, crisp outside and doughy inside and deep craters for holding pools of flavorful syrup. CONS – You just can’t spread butter over waffles and in the end, I like the blueberries cooked inside the batter.
One egg, over medium – Done to perfection: not overdone with a hardened yolk and not underdone with a completely runny snot-like yolk. You can cut it up with a fork.
Would I go again? Definitely and fairly soon. You might have trouble getting seated with a party larger than two and you may have to bring a magazine for the wait as you stand directly behind the seated people who are already jammed in shoulder to shoulder.